I went to free Friday at the Museum of Modern Art. It was so crowded! I think I missed some nice exhibits, but since it's free, I can always try to go back. I did get to see a really beautiful Picasso exhibit.
I had lunch in Chinatown again and shopped at some of the fruit carts. I also walked up through Little Italy. It was a lot like Chinatown only instead of dumplings and sesame buns there were cannolis and gelato.
I went to a meeting at Columbus Circle and got some nice pictures. It's on the southern edge of Central Park so after lunch I went into the park to see more areas than last time.
This past Friday I went to watch the Goonies on the flight deck of the Intrepid. We got rained out before the movie even started, but not before I got some great shots of the planes.
And finally, today I took the Staten Island Ferry, which is free, y'all, and got some much better pictures of the Statue of Liberty. I considered paying for the tour of her, but the line wrapped around the park twice! There was no wait for the ferry. Easy decision!!
Check out all of the pictures I took.
It's a wishing tree.
I love this boat anemone.
This hay smelled so sweet. The whole room smelled like fresh air.
The fruit carts in Chinatown have the wildest fruits!
In Columbus Circle, natch.
Here's Chris again, in Central Park this time.
Carriages of every kind.
The famous Boathouse.
Cool little remote control boats.
Usually Alice is covered with kids and people taking pictures, but this day was so hot and humid that I was the only soul brave enough to trudge through the park to hang out on her.
That sky looks beautiful. In 30 minutes, it will be black and threatening.
Part of a WWII memorial in Battery Park.
The Staten Island Ferry is tiger orange!
Pulling up to Staten Island.